The Moveable Feast

Beth Hoffman (left), bestselling author of “Saving CeeCee Honeycutt” and “Looking for Me,” spoke at The Moveable Feast, a weekly luncheon in the Litchfield area near Myrtle Beach, S.C. Linda Ketron (right) founded the event 15 years ago and continues to coordinate it. Linda is an excellent example of someone who gets an idea and runs with it.


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    • Jo Ann Mathews says:

      Thank you so much. Beth Hoffman’s “Looking for Me” and “Saving CeeCee Honeycutt” offer thought-provoking scenarios people can relate to.

  2. Miendha says:

    Ok, Southern author. Faulkner, Welty, Lee – well sure. But I’ll go with one I’ve dscoivered in the past year – Mary Kay Andrews. I’m not even sure if she’s “from” the South but her books all take place there (at least the ones I’ve read). I loved The Fixer Upper and then, later in the year, I read Savannah Blues and Blue Christmas. “CeeCee Honeycut” is on my tbr list. I’ve heard wonderful things about it.meah56 at gmail dot com

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